Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. Miscellaneous Presidential Files. Congratulations, Greetings, and Get Well Messages

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Digital Identifier
JFKMPFM
Date(s) of Materials
1961-1963
Abstract
Papers, 1961-1963. Congratulations, greetings, and get well messages sent to the President and Mrs. Kennedy.
Status
Open.
Description
The Presidential Papers of John F. Kennedy consist of several major bodies of research material. The White House Central Subject File is the principal White House file. The White House Name File contains copies of most incoming correspondence arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent and is cross-referenced to the Subject File. The Chronological File contains copies of documents prepared for the President's signature and is also cross-referenced to the Subject File. The Social File contains the records of the White House Social Office and includes the correspondence of the First Lady. The President's Office File contains the papers maintained by the President's personal secretary for his use. The National Security File contains the records of the staff of the special assistant to the President for national security affairs. The Miscellaneous Presidential Files consists of five collections: Congratulations, Greetings, & Get Well Messages, President's Appointment Books, Public Opinion Mail, White House Telephone Memorandums & Toll Tickets, and White House Operating Expenses.
Extent / Physical Description
80.64 cubic feet.
Archival Creator(s)
President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the President. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)
Use Restriction Note
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Copyright Notice
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